Tuesday May 16 - Once again we are in a pattern with a warm up and dry weather during the work week. Temperatures will reach 90ºF or better for two
Monday May 15 - Now that the storm is gone, we will come close to verifying the notion that our area can get all four seasons in as many days.
Saturday May 13 - Tracking the rain today will be a challenge. The radar may be deceiving as the steady rain moves away but showers and drizzle linger behind it.
Friday May 12 - The water vapor satellite loop tells the story. A large storm system is spreading our way, even though the upper Low is diving southeast into Arkansas.
Friday May 12 - Extremes breed extremes. It's something I've been saying for decades since I was in school myself and teaching college students. When we have a pattern that is
Thursday May 11 - Today is going to turn out wet. Rain is already on the move and will take over the region much of the day as temperatures are
Wednesday May 10 - It's not often that we talk about a Nor'Easter in May, but here we may have our second one this month... and again on a Saturday.
Monday May 8 - A Frost Advisory is in effect for inland areas of northern Maryland and southern Pennsylvania through 9 AM Tuesday May 9. These are the normally colder
May 7 - We will remain in this cooler than average temperature pattern for at least the next week. The core of the cold air will settle in tonight and
May 4 2017- The clouds thickening up today are a precursor to our next storm. The notion of heavy rain and storms still leads the charge, and the morning time still appears